Mol Foirsgeo Beach, Isle of Lewis, Scotland

Mol Foirsgeo Beach, Isle of Lewis, Scotland. In Scotland, the Viking age and era has a lot of shared history with Scandinavia. You can see throughout history in Scotland traces of the age and ornamentation and names of different villages.

Source: via Guardian | I would drive 500 miles: Scotland’s new North Coast 500 route | The beach near Gairloch, where ‘everything falls into perspective’. Photograph: Planet Pictures/Corbis

I would drive 500 miles: Scotland’s new North Coast 500 route

Source: via Guardian I would drive 500 miles: Scotland’s new North Coast 500 route The beach near Gairloch, where ‘everything falls into perspective’.

Luskentyre, Isle of Harris

The white sands and turquoise sea of the Luskentyre peninsula is situated on the spectacular west coast of South Harris in the Outer Hebrides. This image was taken by Scottish photographer Tim Winterburn.

The northern lights over the coast of Caithness.

I would drive 500 miles: Scotland’s new North Coast 500 route


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